Aloft Arundel Mills
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... attractive to any woman. You know what is attractive to me? Courtesy. Respect. A confident, considerate smile and "Hi, how are you?" is much more likely to get a positive reaction from me than some brain-dead douche hooting at me. A lot of guys I know express confusion about cat-calling, like they don't understand why it bothers us so much. "We're just trying to be friendly. What's so wrong with that?" Nothing is wrong with being friendly. I like ...
First up this morning, a visit to Arlington National Cemetery. Lots of graves of those who fought for freedom. We then went across the Potomac River for a tour of the Lincoln and Vietnam Veterans Memorials located at the west end of the Mall. We viewed lots of other places and of course we visited the White House as well. After a quick lunch at McDonald's we went to the zoo and for the first time ...
... court and then off the see the N.S.A. building and tour the National Cryptologic Museum. They had a replica of the Enigma machine that you could use. We had a great tour of the Capitol city and are planning more sites for our next trip. We liked staying at Fort Myer.
Glad to get home safely as the snow was flying in State College upon our ...
... to the American History museum to finish it off, then went back to the Library of Congress.... Michelle you are listed on their database 5 times! Such a gorgeous building. Loved it in there.
Currently on a train to the airport, we are seriously useless at public transport. We got a Marc train instead of an Amtrak. Amtrak is a lot faster, has wifi and doesn't stop every 30 seconds. Amtrak has signs to tell us where we are. Marc has none of these things.....!!!!
... which I thought would be a room with art and paintings in. It was the court room, where Obama usually sits and listens to hearings or says his speeches, were the congress go to vote and make decisions. They had a hearing in there for fallen troops who have had medals of honor and they were asking to have buildings renamed after them because of their bravery when at war. The one building was a post office in New York for a solider who used to be a postman and lost his ...